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Reuters is now reporting that David Lawee, the Google veteran and head of its mergers and acquisitions division, is being replaced by Don Harrison, a high ranking Google attorney. The news comes along side another interesting tidbit that Google will be potentially launching a late-stage investment group headed by Lawee.

It’s also worth noting that Harrison has been with Google for more than five years now and has been involved with over 70 different deals. He’s also an advisor at Google Ventures. And as for the late-stage investment group, it hasn’t been finalized, and it’s still unclear whether it will operate within Google Ventures or independently.

Again, details are currently sparse, but it’s definitely worth keeping an eye on.

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